Are humans biologically designed to be unfaithful?

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Are humans biologically designed to be unfaithful?

Post by cesarplata1 on Sun 1 Oct - 22:55

Surely more than once you've wondered why, even being happily coupled, sometimes you can not avoid looking at other people. The answer is very simple: it's in our genes. The majority of living beings, including humans, are polygamous by nature. Several studies on a global scale have shown that about 5% of the species are monogamous, and the primates are not part of this group.
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Post by JuanFe.gto on Mon 2 Oct - 17:19

Is it? We, humans, tend to Have sentimental relationships guided by sexual or merely musical attraction whereas if we put an effort in finding one who you truly love for every part of them, every thing they like or dislike, you will surely have somebody that will be unique for you and no one would be able to replace no matter how beautiful it fancy if you find THAT special person, love will reach infinity.
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Post by Laurash.perez on Tue 3 Oct - 5:32

so considering humans, we might as well talk about the fact that it is actuallly true that most couples have looked at someone or even cheated on each other, furthermore, Evolutionary psychologists have suggested that men are more likely to have extramarital sex, partially due to the male urge to "spread genes" by broadcasting sperm. Both males and females, these scientists say, try to up their evolutionary progress by seeking out high-quality mates, albeit in different ways. however, in my personal opinion, love is a powerful feeling and humans have learnt to let apart genes and cope with feelings, and i quote, "The human species has evolved to make commitments between males and females in regards to raising their offspring, so this is a bond," said Jane Lancaster, an evolutionary anthropologist at the University of New Mexico. "However that bond can fit into all kinds of marriage patterns – polygyny, single parenthood, monogamy."

The human species is somewhat unique amongst mammals in that fathers do invest in raising children .
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